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Meeting people through such channels is considered safe because individuals involved in the process are thought to have verifiable identities. When I said I liked witty and open-minded people, he scowled at me as if I was a snob, and grunted, “Yoon Ji-won, a 24-year-old at my office, concurs.
“I’d much rather meet someone that I could have a decent conversation with.
My high school regulations stipulated no dating, but as things tend to be when they are forbidden, dating was an alluring prospective for my classmates, who would fantasize, encouraged by adults, about falling in love after graduation.
While an average South Korean may gladly flirt with someone in a club or bar or on the street, such encounters are a no-go for anything serious.
For instance, a guy from Yonsei University (one of the top three universities in South Korea) wouldn’t meet a girl from Seoul National University, considered the best of the best, unless she was a music major or something. Obsession with a potential date’s education isn’t just about vanity.
Education is considered a barometer of the person’s general lifestyle and family background, so you can be confident that you and that person have other things in common.
“What he does at the company is far more important than which company he works at,” she added.“This guy my parents had introduced me to refused to pick me up because I lived north of the Han River [in Seoul],” said Yang.
(Both terms originated in Japan, by the way — another country that is in a national crisis mode over its falling birthrate and aging population.)The pressure on me to meet a man is still there; if you are single, people just don’t let you stay single.
Or they think there must be something wrong with you.
The pressure to date is understandable given that the pressure to marry and have children is just as intense.
From the older generation’s perspective, dating is a natural step toward marriage and parenthood.